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Kowshik Ahmed

Born in 1974 in Bangladesh, graduated in English literature, doing a job with a non-government organization, love information technology and social media, have passion for creative writing, a part time sleeping pig, and a full time workaholic geek – love only downpour, cloudy sky and storm. To build communities I wander through a wide-range of platforms such as Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and other tools. I provide professional consultancy for social media to engage people, connect institutions with audiences and create networks between agents involved in public policy from the highest levels to the social bases.

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Latest posts by Kowshik Ahmed

14 June 2012

Bangladesh: Keep Border Open For Rohingya Refugees

After a recent sectarian violence between Rohingya and Rakhine in Western Myanmar, Bangladesh has restricted the influx of Rohingya refugees crossing borders. Bangladeshi netizens questions the decision of the government...

6 June 2012

Bangladesh: Journalists Advised to Stay Away From Police

The year 2012 has particularly been a bad year for Bangladeshi journalists. A number of them were subjected to police brutality while on duty, violently assaulted and even murdered by...

31 May 2012

Bangladesh: Questions Over Indian ‘Tourism City’ Investment Proposal

The story of a 10 Billion Taka (US$120 million) investment in Bangladesh has made it into the country's headlines, following a visit by Subrata Roy Sahara, chairman of Sahara India...

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